Recently Netflix released a series called Making a Murderer which allowed viewers to follow the tragic story of Steven Avery. Steven Avery has had some unfortunate run ins with the justice system that have not necessarily gone his way. If you have watched the series, I’m sure you can relate to these 5 stages of grief.
Stage 1: Denial
He didn’t do it after being wrongly convicted for 18 years. Do we really think he would’ve put himself through this a second time?!
Stage 2: Anger
Is anyone in this justice system capable of conducting this CORRECTLY?! HELLO! Those Manitowoc County Cops were not supposed to be a part of the Halbach Murder Case. This is their logic.
Stage 3: Bargaining
Okay, maybe he did do it, but maybe not…but I don’t think so? He was wrongly convicted once so it must mean that this is also wrong, right?
Stage 4: Depression
I can’t believe he is going through this again. How is he going through it again? I can’t even imagine; it’s just too much to handle.
Stage 5: Acceptance
You know what, it’s going to be okay. We’re going to make it through. I believe that something good can come of this.